Okinawa was the first prefecture to get hit with the omicron wave and early signs indicate it may be the first one to emerge on the other side.
After a surge starting around New Year’s that brought the prefecture’s daily case count to a peak of nearly 2,000, new infections have steadily dropped in recent days.
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